The Moral Basis of Italy's War.
Giorgio del Vecchio.

London: T. Fisher Unwin, Ltd., 1917. First printing. Very good pamphlet in brown wraps. Wraps are darkened along edges and pages are lightly browned also. Light scuffing to wraps. Slight musty smell to pamphlet. 28 page pamphlet with notes outlining the justice and morality of Italy's decision to join the Allies rather than the Central Powers (remember the Triple Alliance) during World War I. Part of this propaganda essay discusses the claims of Italy on Austria-Hungary while the rest of it points out the necessity of Italy going to war. Very Good Pamphlet (Item ID: 6315)


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